Do I need to finish Part One before attending Part Two?
It is not required, but it is strongly suggested that you complete Part One by in order to participate in the Part Two pre-convention workshop at the AMTA 2016 National Convention.
After completing the workbook, how do I take the final exam for Part One?
Email AMTA to request the link to the exam. Please allow one business week for the results notification.
How is successful completion of Part Two determined?
Participants in the Part Two workshop must be present for the entire eight hour workshop, actively participate in the workshop and demonstrate skills and knowledge as outlined by the instructor(s) to earn continuing education hours.
I am unable to go to the current scheduled Part Two opportunities. Now what?
Regular Part Two opportunities will be offered at future AMTA National Conventions. Stay tuned for other regional programs.
When will the next Part Two opportunity be offered?
The next Part Two opportunity will be offered at the AMTA 2016 National Convention on Wednesday, October 26 in Milwaukee, WI. To register for this event please click here.
How many CE Hours is the program?
The Part One workbook component is 10 CE hours, and the Part Two face-to-face component is 8 CE hours.
Where will the CE hours be posted?
AMTA members who have successfully completed this course can view the continuing education credits in their online CE profile. To access your profile, log in to AMTA's website, visit AMTA Education and select View Your CE Transcript. Contact AMTA if you have questions about your CE profile.
What is the current pricing for Part One and Part Two?
Part One is $185 for AMTA U.S. members and $200 for U.S. non-members. Those who live outside of the U.S. should email AMTA for pricing.
Part Two is $295 for AMTA members who register early, standard member registration is $315. The non-member rate is $340.
I have questions about the content. Where do I send my comments?
Contact AMTA and please include Fascial Therapy Continuing Education in the subject line.